# Reconstitution instructions call for adding 3

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A physician orders an injection of 2,000,000 units of penicillin. Reconstitution instructions call for adding 3 milliliters of fluid to a 5,000,000 unit vial to obtain a concentration of 1,000,000 u/ml. How many milliliters should you inject?
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Question 180 out of 2 points
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